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Adult Education - Online Offerings

  • Judaism At Home
    A five-part Jewish literacy series about how Judaism is observed at home, which is particularly relevant at this time, when the only place Judaism can thrive is at home. This offering will touch on many areas, ranging from the things we do upon waking, to how we eat our meals, elements of prayer, and the basics of Shabbat. The content will include practical guidance, in the style of DIY, as well as deeper insights about why we do what we do.

    5 Wednesdays 6:00-7:00pm. Beginning Wednesday, April 29th.

    (Link and hand outs will be shared once you RSVP). 

    Cultivating Character:
    Life Wisdom from the Ethics of Our Fathers Pirkei Avot
    Ethics of Our Fathers is a compilation of timeless aphorisms from the sages of old, offering Jewish wisdom on life, morality, and character development. Continuing the ancient tradition of studying its chapters in the weeks between Passover and Shavuot, this miniseries brings the poignant teachings of Ethics of Our Fathers to life, allowing its messages to resonate with participants and inspire personal growth.
    4 Mondays 5:00-5:30pm, beginning Monday, April 27.
    (Link and hand outs will be shared once you RSVP). 
    Positivity Bias: 
    Stories to Reframe Our Experience of These Turbulent Times Our ability to transform anything lies in our ability to reframe it. This five-part miniseries offers practical wisdom for positive living inspired by the life and teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Adapted by the author from the popular book, Positivity Bias provides an ever-so-timely weaving together of inspiring short stories that uplift the spirit and reshape our perspective as we weather these challenging times.
    4 Friday's, 5:30 - 6:00pm, beginning May 1st.

    (Link and hand outs will be shared once you RSVP).  

     For all the above courses, you can Join for One or All 4-5 Weeks, Each week is an independent discussion, but on a similar topic.


    During these trying times when community and solidarity are so important we offer these lessons free of charge in an effort to help ease the financial strain so many of us are experiencing. If you are in a position to support these efforts, enabling us to continue offering these educational opportunities, please do. 

    All are welcome. Suggested donation: $36

    *no on is ever turned away due to lack of funds!

    Please consider a sponsorship: Tales sponsor $100, Ethics Sponsor $250, Judaism Sponsor $500 

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